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one month later...

Well, it's officially been a month, but it doesn't seem that long until I realize how far I'm actually going. 30 days later, I'm finally remembering to put the paper in the wastebasket not the toilet. In October we essentially played turista for 30 straight days, and are quite exhausted.

San Cristobal, Caye Caulker, Belize City, tax, Merida, San Ignacio, Mexico City, Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Tikal, Mayan

Read More Posted By: Brendon 10/31/2008

Simply San Ignacio

While we waited out the rains (Jason has already provided coverage on how), we managed to convince a tour guide to dirty up his Toyota 4-Runner imported from L.A. Why they drive 4x4 vehicles there I have no idea, but maybe why he got a good deal including the cost of gas driving it down through Mexico, at night to avoid paying exorbitant "highway taxes" from corrupt law enforcement, bandits, etc.

caves, tax, waterfalls, San Ignacio, tourists, Belize, ruins, Mayan

Read More Posted By: Brendon 10/25/2008

San Juan Chamula

This place was interesting. Only a few miles outside of San Cristobal it seems to be in a completely different country. San Cristobal is a plethora of fast paced moments in its busy markets and major streets that encompass the pivotal town of the mountainous region. San Juan Chamula, however, is a place where the past is embraced and the modernity of the city is used as a tool.

churches, San Cristobal, San Juan Chamula, religion, Mexico, Mayan

Read More Posted By: Jason 10/17/2008


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Contructed Wonders

Published: 6/19/2009
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